- VHF/UHF Dual-band Digital/Analog Part 90 DMR commercial mobile transceiver
- 1.77 inch color TFT display Bluetooth, GPS and DMR roaming
- Ideal for Fire, Search & Rescue, EMS, Police, Sheriff, Forestry and Security operations
- Frequency coverage 140-174 / 400-480 MHz
- Includes USB Programming cable and external Bluetooth PTT button
Details: Roaming: Built-in DMR Repeater Roaming APRS/GPS Capable: DMR-APRS & Analog APRS Capable VHF/UHF Dual-Band: Full Duplex Receive (V+V,U+U&V+U) w/ 2 volume controls Digital DMR & Analog: Features both DMR digital & analog modes on any channel High Power Output: 50W (45W UHF), 25W, 10W, 1.0W selectable TX power Bluetooth: Bluetoothconnectivity to some devices Programming Cable: Includes USB Programming Cable Display: Color TFT 1.77 inch screen for Day or Night operation. User changeable display & font colors Digital Monitor: Monitor One or Two Timeslots GPS: Built-in GPS feature Memory: 4,000 channels, 10,000 talk groups, 250 zones. Digital Contacts: 200,000 (complete DMR-MARC worldwide list) Import/Export: Enhanced CPS allows direct input & export of channels, digital IDs & talkgroups Industries: Ideal for fire, search & rescue, EMS, police, sheriff, forestry, security patrols, business communications, schools, universities, & other organizations that have FCC licensed frequencies Programmable: FCC 47CFR90.203 requires the keypad locked in the shipping configuration. Software keypad unlocking & re-programming are available with the included USB Programming Cable Frequency Range: 136-174 / 400-480 MHz RX/TX. Includes: Dual-band VHF/UHF Radio, 3100 mAh extended life lithium ion battery, desk charger w/ AC adapter, Dual-band antenna, belt clip, Bluetooth PTT button and charging cable, USB Programming cable and downloadable software, user manual. Certifications:
Package Dimensions: 12.5 x 8.3 x 2.5 inches
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